The PowerScore Live Online LSAT Course - $995

  • 36 hours of live online instruction plus an additional
    45 hours of online teaching sessions for a total of 81
    hours of instruction
  • Instant access to a recorded archive of each lesson
    from the course for review
  • Lessons taught by two of our senior instructors and
    LSAT experts, each of whom has scored in the 99th
    percentile on an official LSAT
  • Thousands of pages of material
  • Official LSAT questions and practice tests from LSAC
  • Extensive Online Student Center with test scoring
    and feedback, and additional course supplements
  • Available worldwide
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The PowerScore Live Online LSAT Course

PowerScore's Live Online LSAT Course is taught live by instructors with 99th% scores and years of teaching experience. This comprehensive course includes 12 instructor-led sessions lasting 3 hours each, as well as 45 additional hours of online teaching sessions, for a total of over 81 hours of instruction time.

"To take the words out of my instructors' mouths, this course helped me DOMINATE the exam. I felt significantly more confident, focused, and prepared for the exam than I did when I studied on my own. It's great to get home from work, put on my pajamas, curl up in front of the computer, and not have to drive home after class! I miss LSAT class now, and I wish I could still have it. Thanks!!"
Kristin L.

PowerScore's Live Online LSAT Course is the perfect solution for people with time constraints, busy schedules, and those who want the convenience of live instruction and support without having to travel to a class location.

Online Course Environment - The Ultimate in Convenience

The Live Online classroom environment brings the best features of a physical class into the comfort of your home or office. You are able to hear the instructor, see notes and questions on the online whiteboard, ask questions by instant messenger, and interact with the instructor and fellow students. The course is highly interactive and allows for extensive personal attention.

All Live Online classes are archived for later review if needed (which is great if you miss a class). You can attend this course from anywhere in the world and access the course material 24 hours a day, seven days per week.

The Best Course Material, Including Licensed Use of Official LSAT Questions

When you enroll, we will send you the Live Online Student Preparation Pack via UPS. This pack contains our comprehensive course books and includes a hardcopy of the lessons, homework, drills, and take-home LSATs--thousands of pages of material. These books have been specially designed to present the ideas in the course in the most efficient and clear manner possible. Although the PowerScore LSAT Bible publications are not included in the course materials in their published form, all of the techniques and strategies contained in the Bible series are included in the Live Online Course materials in depth. There is no need to purchase any additional LSAT tests or preparation books when you take the PowerScore Live Online LSAT Course.

The course itself is just phenomenal. I am learning so much about the LSAT and the preparation needed to achieve high success on it. Jon is an intelligent, personable guy who really cares for the students and loves the material. The communication between student and instructor is excellent and very prompt. This has been a great investment.
Robert L.

PowerScore is licensed by the Law School Admission Council (the producers of the LSAT) to reproduce questions from actual released LSATs. We use real LSAT questions in our Live Online Course materials and each practice test is a previously administered LSAT. Since concepts tend to repeat from test to test, only by studying real questions can you get the insight necessary to attack the methods used by the test makers.

During the course you will discuss the theories and structures that are the basis of the LSAT, and you will examine individual LSAT questions to reveal the concepts that the test makers frequently use. Each lesson is generally divided into two or three topics. For example, a lesson might begin by analyzing Logical Reasoning Strengthen questions and end by discussing Grouping games and game theory from the Logic Games section. In addition, you will learn how to effectively apply such unique PowerScore techniques such as the Justify Formula, the Supporter/Defender Assumption Model, and the Variance Test. For the full listing of topics, please refer to our Live Online Course Syllabus.

This class is the most helpful study tool out there. It was so convenient and practical. I loved the interaction and personal attention. Awesome materials and PLENTY to keep me busy and practicing up to test time!
Mariah R.

Extensive homework is provided for each lesson and includes a variety of drills, questions, and analyses focused on the topics discussed in class. Answer keys are provided with complete explanations for every question and answer choice, optimal logic game setups, and reading comprehension line reference notes. The homework is an essential part of the course and provides you with the opportunity to develop and refine your ability to apply our techniques and methodologies.

The Best Instructors

The LSAT is one of the most intellectually demanding standardized tests ever developed. All of our instructors have scored in the 99th percentile on an official LSAC-administered LSAT and are able to clearly explain the underlying principles of the LSAT. The Live Online Course is taught live by our most experienced instructors, each of whom has a 99th% score and years of teaching experience.

Real Practice LSATs

The practice tests we use are previously released LSATs. Your Live Online Course will include 4 full-length practice tests that you take at specific sections during the course and then score online. With each of these tests, you will receive a comprehensive performance analysis categorized by question type. To further hone your test-taking abilities, you will also receive 25 additional LSATs, and each of these tests can be scored online as well.

Personal Attention and Unmatched Student Support

When you enroll in the Live Online LSAT Course, you are given access to our Online Student Center where you can review hundreds of pages of additional course supplements and information. You will also find the PowerScore Online Test Scoring System, which allows you to input your practice test results and receive an immediate evaluation of your performance.

The technology as well as the detailed instruction was very intuitive and rewarding. I especially liked the archived classes. It was like having my own transcription service.

Dan Y.

Further, the online student center contains more than 45 additional hours of instructor-led discussion designed to supplement the instruction provided during each lesson. These online teaching sessions are available for the duration of your course and, because they are archived, you can access them as many times as you need to feel completely comfortable with the ideas presented.

An incredible value

The total cost of $995 includes over 81 hours of instruction and all of the course materials. You will also have access to the online resources for two test administrations after the course ends (so students enrolled in Live Online Course that ends prior to the February LSAT have access to the archives and Online Student Center until the administration of the June LSAT). Once you pay the full course price or a $350 deposit, you will be enrolled in the course and the course materials will be sent to you.

The numbers speak for themselves...

 
PowerScore
Kaplan LSAT
Advantage
- Anywhere
Princeton
Review
LiveOnline
Total Real-Time Course Hours with Live Instructor
36
33
7.5
Hours of Instructor-Led Presentations
Over 45
51
20-30
Personal Set of Every Licensable Real LSAT Question?

Yes

Yes
No
Minimum Instructor LSAT Percentile
99th
No Minimum
Required
No Minimum
Required
Course Cost
$995
$899
$1063

Table Notes
Total Course Lecture Hours: These figures represent the total number of classroom lecture hours for each course. In some cities Kaplan or Princeton Review may offer other live course options with fewer or greater hours.

Minimum Instructor LSAT Percentile: The Minimum Instructor LSAT Percentile is determined by the results of a LSAC-administered LSAT and corresponding percentile. All PowerScore instructors have taken an actual LSAC-administered LSAT and scored in the 99th percentile. Some other companies, including Kaplan and Princeton Review, allow instructor applicants to come to their offices to take a pre-hiring LSAT. However, since these LSATs are not administered by LSAC, and therefore do not produce national score percentiles, these companies have no minimum national standard.

Personal Set of Every Licensable Real LSAT Question? Each student in the PowerScore LSAT class receives a personal copy of every single LSAT question currently released by LSAC, the producers of the LSAT. Students at certain other companies, although they have access to at least some of these questions, do not receive a personal copy of every single released question. Why not make sure you have full access to the best study material available?

Course Cost: Again, these costs may vary by location.


Please note: The use of mobile devices (smart phones, tablets, etc.) may not be fully supported.


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What we cover in class

There are a total of twelve lessons in the PowerScore Live Online LSAT Course, and each of the twelve lessons is accompanied by a comprehensive homework section that contains drills, analyses, questions, and explanations. The additional course modules also cover a variety of subjects, as detailed below.


You also receive a set of 4 separate course books, which have been specially designed to present the ideas in the course in the most efficient and clear manner possible. The following syllabus is used in the PowerScore Live Online LSAT Course:


Lesson One
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Attacking the Stimulus
    Premises, Conclusions, and Fact Sets
    The Importance of Language
    Analyzing the Question Stem
    Logical Reasoning Question Types
    Prephrasing Answers
    Must Be True Questions
    The Fact Test™
    Main Point Questions

  • Logic Games
  • General Introduction
    Setups and Diagramming
    Pure Sequencing Diagramming Guidelines
    Pure Sequencing Games


    Lesson Two
  • Logic Games/Logical Reasoning
  • Logical Opposition and Certainty

  • Logical Reasoning
  • Must Be True Question Review
    Sufficient and Necessary Conditions
    Reversals and Negations
    Chain Relationships
    Diagramming "Unless"
    Multiple Sufficient and Necessary Conditions
    The Double Arrow

  • Reading Comprehension
  • The Two Passage Types
    Approaching the Passages—7 Critical Steps
    Using VIEWSTAMP™
    Reading Comprehension Question Types
    Attacking the Questions


    Lesson Three
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Weaken Questions
    Typical Weaken Scenarios
    Three Incorrect Answer Traps
    Cause and Effect Reasoning
    How to Attack a Causal Conclusion
    Causality in Weaken Questions

  • Logic Games
  • Basic Linear Setups
    The Importance of Numbers
    Rule Representation: Blocks, Sequencing, and Dual Options
    Basic Linear Setup Games


    Lesson Four
  • Logic Games
  • Advanced Linear Setups and Multiple Stacks
    Repeated Variable Sets
    Diagramming with Multiple Stacks

  • Logical Reasoning
  • Strengthen Questions
    Causality and Strengthen Questions
    Justify the Conclusion™ Questions
    The Justify Formula™
    Solving Justify Questions Mechanistically


    Lesson Five
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Assumption Questions
    The Supporter/Defender Assumption Model™
    The Assumption Negation Technique™

  • Logic Games
  • The Principle of Grouping
    Unified Grouping Theory™
    The Double-Not Arrow
    Linear vs Grouping Symbolizations
    Hurdle the Uncertainty™
    Defined Grouping Games


    Lesson Six
  • Logic Games
  • Undefined and Partially Defined Grouping Games

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Diagramming the Passages
    Passage Notations
    Diversity Passages
    Three Types of Diversity Passages


    Lesson Seven
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Method of Reasoning Questions
    Method-AP Questions
    Fallacious Methods of Reasoning Categorized
    Flaw in the Reasoning Questions

  • Logic Games
  • Grouping/Linear Combination Games
    Working with the Combination of Major Principles


    Lesson Eight
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Parallel Reasoning Questions
    The Parallel Reasoning Elemental Attack™
    Parallel Flaw Questions

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Comparative Reading Theory
    Similarities and Differences
    Comparative Reading Passages


    Lesson Nine
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Numbers and Percentages—Common Misconceptions
    Numbers and Percentages Questions

  • Logic Games
  • Numerical Distribution Games
    Fixed versus Unfixed Distributions
    Distribution Identification and Production Methodology™
    Limited Solution Set Games
    Identify the Templates™
    The Dangers of Misapplication


    Lesson Ten
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Principle Questions
    Point at Issue Questions
    Incorrect Answers in Point at Issue Questions
    The Agree/Disagree Test™
    Point of Agreement Questions
    The Agree/Agree Test™

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Science and Technology Passages
    Types of Science Passages
    Handling Scientific Elements


    Lesson Eleven
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Resolve the Paradox Questions
    Evaluate the Argument Questions
    The Variance Test™
    Cannot Be True Questions

  • Logic Games
  • Logic Games Review
    Killer Games


    Lesson Twelve
  • Logical Reasoning
  • Logical Reasoning Review
    Advanced Sufficient and Necessary Review Problems
    Cause and Effect Review Problems

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Reading Comprehension Review
    Law Related Passages
    Two Special Topics


    Online Course Modules
  • General
  • Individual Lesson Recaps and Reviews
    Time Management
    Test Mentality and Mental Toughness
    The Law School Admissions Process: Tips and Tricks

  • Logic Games
  • Pattern Games
    Mapping Games
    Mapping versus Grouping Games
    Circular Games
    Profile Charting Games

  • Logical Reasoning
  • Formal Logic
    Flawed Assumption Questions
    Evaluate the Argument Question Review
    Logical Reasoning Scenarios and Responses

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Reading Comprehension Approaches
    Using VIEWSTAMP
    Passage Structures and Patterns

  • Writing Sample
  • The Writing Sample and the Pro-Con Format

"I would absolutely recommend this course. I scored a 165 on my first LSAT, and after taking this course jumped to a 174. This course was excellent!"
Christine La Rochelle
"I can't imagine a better course. It gave me everything a class would have but in the convenience of my home!"
Tim Knudsen
"The PowerScore class was excellent and (my instructors) were great instructors. The class was well organized, kept me dedicated and provided everything I needed to know for my upcoming test. I would recommend this class to anyone."
Russell Hansen
"The amount and type of resources included with the Virtual Course are invaluable. Being able to access the material at any time for such a long period of time is extremely convenient. I will not regret this investment."
Geanette Corbray
"The course is amazing. I really don't feel like I'm missing anything by not being in an actual classroom, and my instructors are amazing teachers."
Emily Nestor
"The structure and materials for this course were superb. With proper study and devotion, it can make a huge difference. I raised my score by 10 points!"
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